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The Electric Sky [Perfect Paperback]

Donald E. Scott
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  • Perfect Paperback
  • Publisher: Mikamar Publishing (30 Nov 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977285111
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977285112
  • Product Dimensions: 22.1 x 14.7 x 1.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,721,609 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3.0 out of 5 stars Presentation of Kindle version 10 May 2011
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Just a little heads up. This book doesn't appear to be designed as a Kindle book. For example, it is missing a table of contents and some new chapters start mid-page. That said, it is readable, just not very polished.

Note, my rating and this review are based solely on the look and feel as I'm still reading the book. If you want reviews of the contents of this book, you should look elsewhere!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A long overdue rethink of celestial mechanics 23 May 2012
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It has long been obvious that there are severe shortcomings in the theory that gravitation is the main, indeed the only, motivating force within the Universe. In order to uphold this theory it has been necessary to invent an ever-growing list of imaginary constructs with which to explain away the snags and anomalies that are constantly found and which cannot be explained within the constraints of Newtonian physics; anti-matter, dark matter, black holes, and too many others to name, not a single one of which has ever been observed or measured, and never will - because they don't exist and never have except in the minds of dogmatic scientists who are so sure in their own knowledge that they see no reason to question the fundamentals, despite this being one of the main pillars of the scientific world.

In this easy-to-read and understand book, Donald Scott demonstrates that, contrary to Newtonian dogma (are we REALLY still clinging to this primitive religion?!), most of the questions we today still cannot answer without resorting to imaginary constructs are easily explained within the context of an electro-magnetically charged universe in which space is not a vaccuum but is filled with electrically-charged particles collectively known as plasma. It is now becoming clearer that knowledge acquired in electric plasma laboratories over the last century provide insights and simpler, more elegant and compelling explanations of most cosmological phenomena than those that are currently espoused in astrophysics, despite the apparent intent of astrophysicists to ignore them. The result of this ignorance is that cosmologists have charged headlong down a mind-numbing mathematical cul de sac, creating on the way a whole family of invisible entities - many of which are demonstrably false.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Convincing 15 April 2012
By J A R P
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There is no sense in being shy about this. If you are convinced that there was a Big Bang at the start of time, and that the sun is powered by nuclear fusion, then this will show you in a simple earthy way that you are not right to be convinced.

There has been a widespread avoidance of electricity and currents of electric charge in studies of superterrestrial things. It is quite amazing that this is so. And so you have a book like this before you which proves how easy it is to avoid what should be so obvious - that the sun is not a nuclear reactor, but a dynamo using cosmic winds / plasma.

There is supposed to be 96% of matter missing and dark. That matter is needed because the universe would fly apart without it. But the universe is not held together by gravity and matter attraction. It is held together by great fields of plasma which astronomers have consistently tried not to see or to acknowledge.

I myself lost interest in physics when Strings, anti-gravity, black holes, dark matter, and so on were introduced into the story. Justifiably so since these things have been made up to account for the phenomena which are, most likely, actually due to electric fields working on stars and the plasma fields around and in them.

I don't work for some research institute, university, or other high pressure environment where dogma decides what is real and true; so there is no reason for me to tell lies.
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